String Cheese Incident Live at Alfred's Ocean Palace on 1998-05-25
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Funk Jam*** >
Babylon Power**** >
Will The Circle Be Unbroken****
Come As You Are
Land's End >
Collection StringCheeseIncidentBand/Artist String Cheese IncidentVenue Alfred's Ocean PalaceLocation Negril JamaicaSource DSBDTaped by Transferred by
** with Keller Williams on flugel
**** with Will Sparks and Keller on horns, and Shawn Fierro on drums.
The entire show was performed with a local Negril percussionist.
1st "Babylon Power"
1st "Will The Circle Be Unbroken"
* with a "One Love" bass solo jam
*** similar to the "Funk Jam"
August 3, 2012
Some minor problems to report
I hadn't listened to this particular copy of this show all the way through until today. On top of the All Blues>San Jose being accidentally split (AB is listed as d1t8, but should be d2t1, as AB goes into San Jose), there's a similar problem with the transition to disk 2 to 3.
There is a transition from Babylon Power into Will The Circle Be Unbroken, but like AB>San Jose, the tracking is f'ed up, with Babylon Power at the end of disk 2 and WTCBU beginning disk 3.
On top of that, at the end of d2, after transitioning into WTCBU there are a couple minutes of inexplicable blank space after BP transitions into WTCBU, making a seamless copy impossible to make from this copy without editing out that blank space.
This show needs to be retracked and re-upped. There are also some minor glitches (ticks) here are there which aren't terrible, but are distracting and weren't on the copy I have in storage (which I can't get to or else I'd up it myself). It's a shame because this is SUCH a wonderful show that it deserves a clean upload.
Thanks in advance if you have the time to up a fresh transfer of this gig.
December 9, 2010
i Love this Show!! Where is the 24th??
This has been a personal favorite of mine for years. The Land's End -> Smile is magical. The Voodoo Chile -> Funk Jam -> John Hardy is classic 98 cheese. The SBD recording is great and I really like Babylon power as well as all the percussion work throughout. If anyone can find a copy of the 24th from the same venue I have been dying to hear that. Bluegrass in Jamaica: download this show now, you will not be dissappointed!!
February 7, 2008
Can't be put into words
A local musician named Moses sang Babylon Power (a song he'd taught the band while hanging out with them the previous week) and Will the Circle Be Unbroken. He was quite a cat. Best. Vibe. Ever.
March 16, 2005
Best Land's End ever..
Without question, my favorite Land's End ever. The moon was glistening over the ocean as we stood ankle deep in the water wihle the boys played Land's End literally at the land's end. The jam is much more reserved and pensive as opposed to the building ferocity of a most of the other versions. Kyle has a killer marimba sample going thorugh out... An all time concert moment if there ever was!! Also, the funk jam out of John Hardy is dead killer Cheese. Rest of the show is smokin' too, this was what it was all about... Yah mon.
February 10, 2005
I haven't listened to the entire thing yet but the dupe track is gone.